Mill Creek Library Repair Project to Begin in June

Sno-Isle Libraries, in partnership with the City of Mill Creek, will begin repairs at the Mill Creek Library on June 3. The last day of library service at the Mill Creek Library will be June 2; with construction expected to last three months.

The Mill Creek Library repair project will focus on facility repairs and improve the library’s overall accessibility, including:

  • Floor Repairs: Address and repair the flooring to ensure the safety and longevity of the building.
  • Cleaner Air, Heating, and Cooling Center: A new ventilating, heating, and air conditioning system will be installed to create community resilience during extreme weather conditions.
  • Restroom Accessibility: Create ADA accessible restrooms while integrating modern fixtures to create functional spaces. An additional restroom will be added in the children’s area.

The total project cost is around $1.3 million funded by Sno-Isle Libraries and a $200,000 grant from the State of Washington. Thank you to State Representative April Berg, State Representative Brandy Donaghy, and State Senator John Lovick, as well the City of Mill Creek for helping to secure this state funding.

Local Mill Creek Library staff will continue to provide local events throughout the community, and support neighboring community libraries during construction. The Bookmobile will also be visiting the Mill Creek area throughout the summer.

Our community is encouraged to visit our neighboring libraries to pick up holds, browse the internet, connect with local staff, and more at one of our other 22 locations, including Brier, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mariner, and Mukilteo.

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